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Kitguru Gaming – Weekly Round Up

For those tech readers who don’t always get time to check out our game related content at Kitguru gaming – here is a round up of content published in the last week.

“What Happened at Tonight’s Video Game Awards?!”

KitGuru followed the Video Game Awards closely as the night unfolded.  VGA took place December 10th at 5pm in Los Angeles, hosted by Zachary Levi (star of “Chuck”).  The Video Game Awards revealed world premiere footage of upcoming video games and unveiled awards for voice actors, gaming companies, and of course the video games themselves.  Click the link above to discover which game received Game of the Year!

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“More Details about South Park: The Game”

KitGuru brought you more details on the recently announced South Park game, written by the creators of South Park.  These are details you don’t want to miss!


“Ever Play a War Game?  You Are Likely a War CRIMINAL!”

KitGuru announced the startling news that the International Committee of the Red Cross may very well be changing video games like Call of Duty and Battlefield. The Red Cross wants to uphold the rulings of the Geneva Convention, extending human rights laws to protect virtual soldiers.  Game developers may soon be made to integrate international laws of humanity into video games, or the Red Cross may “encourage governments to create laws that regulate the gaming industry.”  Tell us what you think about this possible development at the above link.


“Video Game Awards 2011 This Weekend – Don’t Miss Out!”

We brought you a sneak peek at what you would see at the Video Game Awards of 2011, including the announcement of the first ever entry into the Video Game Awards hall of fame.


“Unsung Market in Gaming: Adult Women”

KitGuru discussed surprising statistics on the gaming population, including “42% of American gamers are women, with adult women accounting for a significantly greater percent of the market than boys 17 and younger” and “in the UK, 68% of men and 59% of women play games.”  Read the article for more information that goes against the stereotypes of the “typical gamer.”


Serious Sam 3: BFE Review (PC)

Serious Sam has earned ‘cult’ status on the PC platform. The first two titles proved to be big sellers for Croteam, targeting the first person shooter audience who just wanted a good old ‘run and gun’ style experience. I have been playing the latest iteration in the series now for the last week and have found it both fun, and incredibly challenging.

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